Read more about the article Can The Immortality Enzyme Beat Old Age, Study
Image shows Dr Christian Baer from the Hannover Medical School, in Lower Saxony, Germany, undated photo. He examined the influence of telomere lengths in organs and immune system on lung and heart diseases. (Karin Kaiser, MHH/Newsflash)

Can The Immortality Enzyme Beat Old Age, Study

Scientists in Germany are to study ways of using immortality enzymes to reverse damage caused to the heart and lungs by ageing. The study - led by Dr Christian Baer…

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Read more about the article Climate Heat Crisis Makes Ants More Aggressive, Says Study
Image shows ant species Tetramorium alpestre that live in high alpine areas, undated photo. Researchers from the University of Innsbruck, in Tyrol, Austria, found out that climate crisis makes the ants more aggressive. (Petra Thurner, Forschungsgruppe Molekulare Oekologie/Newsflash)

Climate Heat Crisis Makes Ants More Aggressive, Says Study

Austrian boffins claimed in a recent study that ongoing climate change make ants act more aggressively. The study - published by a research team from the University of Innsbruck in…

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Read more about the article Experts Debunk Scientific Claims That Human Babies Are Colonised By Bacteria Before Birth
Image shows the University of Vienna, Austria, undated photo. University experts have rejected scientific claims that human babies are colonised by bacteria before birth in January 2023. (University of Vienna, Gebhard Sengmueller/Newsflash)

Experts Debunk Scientific Claims That Human Babies Are Colonised By Bacteria Before Birth

A team of experts has debunked previous scientific claims that humans are colonised by bacteria before birth. The research idea came after several studies published since 2010, claimed they detected…

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Read more about the article Amputated Sea Spiders Can Regrow Their Rear Ends, Says Study
Image shows two sea spider (Pycnogonum litorale) individuals next to their prey - a sea anemone, undated photo. When researchers from the University of Vienna, Austria, illuminated them with a UV light source, the spiders fluoresce bright blue. (Georg Brenneis/Newsflash)

Amputated Sea Spiders Can Regrow Their Rear Ends, Says Study

Amputated sea spiders can regrow large parts of their bodies including their rear ends and reproductive organs, a new study has shown. Biologists discovered that the species of sea spiders…

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Read more about the article Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media
Image shows the newly discovered species Drosera atrata (black sundew) which has the darkest flower color of any sundew species, undated photo. This rare species occurs in very few individuals where it grows and is therefore endangered. (Andreas Fleischmann, SNSB-BSM/Newsflash)

Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media

Scientists have discovered new carnivorous plant species in Australia after analysing social media photos taken by amateur photographers. The Australian-German research team - led by botanist Andreas Fleischmann from the…

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Read more about the article Astronomers Discover Eight Of The Hottest Stars In The Universe Each With A Surface Over 100,000 Centigrade
Image shows a sky survey image centred on the newly-discovered O(H) star SALT J203959.5-034117 (J2039), undated photo. An international team of scientists led by experts from the University of Tuebingen, in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, discovered eight new super-hot stars. (Tom Watts (AOP), STScINASA, The Dark Energy Survey/Newsflash)

Astronomers Discover Eight Of The Hottest Stars In The Universe Each With A Surface Over 100,000 Centigrade

A team of astronomers have discovered eight of the hottest stars in the universe whose blazing surfaces alone reach more than 100,000 centigrade. The researchers reportedly discovered the very hot…

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Read more about the article Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study
Image shows the actual experimental setup in which the researchers added tyre abrasion to the nutrient solutions of lettuce plants, undated photo. Austrian researchers from the University of Vienna found out that lettuce takes up toxic additives from tyre wear. (Gabriel Sigmund/Newsflash)

Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study

A new scientific study has shown that highly toxic chemicals from tyre wear get absorbed by lettuces through sewage sludge and waste water. Researchers at the Centre for Microbiology and…

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Read more about the article NASA Orion Spacecraft Recovered From The Pacific After Three-Week Space Mission
The footage shows the Orion spacecraft being recovered from the water after making a successful splashdown in the Pacific on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022. The US 3rd Fleet accompanied the spacecraft as it was making its way home after spending 25.5 days in space, completing the Artemis I mission. (U.S. Navy/Newsflash)

NASA Orion Spacecraft Recovered From The Pacific After Three-Week Space Mission

A newly-released video shows the Orion spacecraft being recovered from the water after making a successful splashdown in the Pacific. The US 3rd Fleet accompanied the spacecraft as it was…

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Read more about the article Scientists Break Record Converting Sun’s Radiation Into Electricity
Image shows the perovskite/silicon tandem solar cell, undated photo. The active bluish area in the middle of the wafer, which is enclosed by the metallic, silvery electrode can be seen. (Johannes Beckedahl, Lea Zimmerman, HZB/Newsflash)

Scientists Break Record Converting Sun’s Radiation Into Electricity

Scientists have developed a groundbreaking solar cell that can convert almost a third of the sun's radiation into electricity. The new silicon bottom and perovskite top tandem cell was created…

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Read more about the article Hubble Researchers Find Twin Super-Earth Planets With 1,000-Mile-Deep Oceans
Image shows super-Earth Kepler-138 d in the foreground, undated photo. Astronomers from the University of Montreal, in Quebec, Canada, found out that two exoplanets may be mostly water. (NASA, ESA, Leah Hustak (STScI)/Newsflash)

Hubble Researchers Find Twin Super-Earth Planets With 1,000-Mile-Deep Oceans

An international team of researchers using the Hubble telescope has found that two Earth-like planets may be largely made of water and covered in oceans 1,000 miles deep. The planets,…

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